A guest brought these tulips to a tea party my mother-in law Reba was having at our house.
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A collection of 26 images expressing the essence of flowers: design, beauty, grace and sensuality, is on exhibit Feb. 4 through May 2016 at the Flour Parlor in Sarasota, Florida.
The variety of print sizes and frames in the exhibition illustrate ideas for displaying photographs in homes and commercial spaces. The prints are for sale at the Flour Parlor and through Wayne Eastep studio website.
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Framing (white rose & large parrot tulips): MetroFrame Design and Installation: Polly Johnson Curators: Faye Foster, Layla Eastep Installation: Diederik Tamson Design Consultation: Sven Mohr Editor, Creative Co-Conspirator: Patti Eastep Gallery, CadCam Design, Promotor: Amy Nichols Exhibition Vision, Promoter: Irina Shtarkman
The signature characteristic of Wayne Eastep’s photography is the ability to express the essence of a subject. His images go beyond representational pictures to touch the spirit of the subject, evoking an emotional response. In this exhibition he turns his attention to the exquisite design in nature and inherent beauty within flowers.
Eastep’s images are commissioned and collected internationally. They garner awards for books, documentary, and commercial assignments. His intention with each assignment is to go beyond the surface and look inside the subject. Photography for Wayne is both vocation and avocation. He is driven by a passion for the art of image making.
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